Onyx Group Named Managed Services Provider of the year

24th March 2015

IT infrastructure and support specialists Onyx Group, who have a £2m Yorkshire Data Centre in Rotherham, have been named the Mid-Size Managed Services Provider (MSP) of the year at the Kaseya Global awards.

The Kaseya awards recognise enterprise and MSP partners in the UK who have achieved outstanding business results through their innovative use of Kaseya's technologies, the UK's leading provider of cloud-based IT management software. The Onyx team were commended for achieving outstanding results across a number of areas, including revenue growth, business value generated for end-users and their progressive use of Kaseya solutions throughout 2014. Neil Stephenson, CEO of Onyx Group, said: -It's a great honour to win this award and a real testament to the hard work carried out by the team. Our support engineers are renowned for their industry leading skills and expertise and this award is a shining example of that. -By implementing the Kaseya software into our existing portfolio, we have been able to transform our service delivery into a truly proactive network monitoring system - allowing us to identify and rectify incidents before any service disruption occurs. The team first implemented the software into their Managed Services solution in 2010 and the Group now manage over 4000 desktop and server end points. Developing the product under the name OneTouch, the service acts as a 24x7 Virtual Engineer on customer sites.

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